North Dakota State rallies to beat South Dakota 34-17
VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) — Hunter Luepke rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns and top-ranked North Dakota State rallied in the second half to beat South Dakota 34-17.
Luepke, with 20 carries, had a pair of short TD runs in the second half when the Bison outscored the Coyotes 24-0 to erase a first-half deficit.
The Bison opened their Missouri Valley Football Conference season with a victory after losing at Arizona 31-28 last week.
North Dakota State hasn’t lost consecutive games since 2009. Carson Camp threw 28 yards to Wesley Eliodor in the final minute of the first half for a 17-10 halftime lead for South Dakota.
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